How Networks Work, and an Into to Fixing Them, Wed Jan 9, 6:30 pm

The Chicago Apple User Group is very proud to bring Bill Geraci as our special guest for our January, 2013 meeting. Bill’s topic will be How Networks Work and an Introduction to Fixing Them.

Bill will start at the beginning, answering the question, “What is a computer network?”, and then showing us how to set up home networks, how wired and wireless networks work, and some troubleshooting (as time allows). There will be time for Q&A, where Bill can go into more detail about any relevant network topic, such as wireless vs bluetooth, how to connect a LAN to the internet, or the limitations of WiFi, among many other topics.

If you’ve ever struggled with understanding your computer’s network, this is an event you’ll want to attend! Bill is an outstanding speaker, and he’s able to help virtually everyone understand and apply the ideas on a wide range of topics. Bill has given several presentations to the club, all of them have been very well received, I’m sure this one will be just as warmly received!

Please note that this will be the second Wednesday of the month. We are unable to meet the first Wednesday in January due to a schedule conflict. We will resume our normal schedule in February.

The event logistics:

The Chicago Apple User Group presents
Bill Geraci in person, speaking on
How Computer Networks Work and an Introduction to Fixing them
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m
Whitney Young Magnet High School
211 S. Laflin (enter on Laflin)
Chicago, IL 60607
Map to Whitney Young: http://goo.gl/maps/XzimV

This promises to be an incredibly useful presentation, so mark your calendars and remember to bring friends. I look forward to seeing many of you on January 9th, 2013!

Sincerely,

Russ Conte
President, Chicago Apple User Group
http://caug.net

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